These are the stories YOU loved reading on MoM’s during the month of April.

Countdown for the top five stories in April include…

Number five – Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay

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Gordon Ramsay reveals his children won’t be left his multi-million dollar fortune and also says his kids aren’t allowed to sit in first class with him or eat in his restaurants. Read his story HERE.

Number four – Product recalls

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The latest product recalls for families has been a big hit among our readers. Find out all the details HERE.

Number three – Sad news of the tragic death of a young father

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Sad news of a young father, with a seven-month-old baby, who died after being stung by a bee while mowing his lawn. Read that heartbreaking article HERE.

Number two – Warning over the recent outbreak of hand, foot and mouth disease

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WARNING following “Massive outbreak” of highly contagious virus, hand, foot and mouth disease. Read all about that HERE.

Number one – Neighbour shocked to find 5-year-old alone on her door step holding his baby sister

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Drum roll…. the number one story for the month of April was the amazing little boy who took his baby sister to their neighbours house for help after their mum had passed out in the shower. Read more on that HERE.


What was your favourite story this month? Let us know so we can be sure to share more of the stories you love!

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  • gee gordon ramsay’s son is a look-a-like for his dad! spitting image


  • Number one was my favourite – such a brave little boy.


  • Number one would be a favourite,a brave little boy!


  • The Gordon Ramsay story was my favourite for the month of April because of all of the different views and opinions from the community on parenting and inheritance. I agree with his philosophy of children making their own lives and forging their own careers. Children need their own identity and need to thrive on their own with support and guidance, but ultimately they need to live their own lives.


  • So many touching stories that it’s hard to remember them all.


  • Advising us about product recalls is very important. They can save lives.
    Warnings about diseases are also very important, especially for those whose children are too young to be vaccinated.
    One which really touched me was the one about the 5 year old who carried his baby sister into a neighbour to ask for help. A good warning to teach children how and when to call emergency numbers.
    Upsetting also was the story about the Dad who died after a bee sting.


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